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No doubt, there’s been plenty of confusion since the Supreme Court’s June 21st decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair overruled the Quill physical presence standard of sales tax collection requirements​. Although there’s still not complete clarity on what to do next, ACMA’s attorneys from Brann & Isaacson, who defended Wayfair in the Supreme Court case, will lead an industry conference call on Tuesday, July 10th at 1:00 pm E.T.

There is no charge to dial in and the call is open to both ACMA members and non-members. Our attorneys will attempt to answer the following questions:

  • When will the SCOTUS ruling take effect? When is the decision final?
  • What will happen next?
    • What are the states doing?
    • What is the industry doing (ACMA/NetChoice, Brann & Isaacson)
    • What is Congress doing?
    • What can you do to support a workable outcome?
  • When should catalogers & remote retailers start collecting sales taxes from customers?
  • Should catalogers change their order forms in their next catalogs?

Registration Required
To register, send an email with your name, title, company name, and the phone number you will dial in from to pmiller@catalogmailers.org. Upon approval, you will be sent the dial-in phone number for the teleconference. This is an off-the-record event and no press will be allowed.

The Lineup
Come armed with your questions for Brann & Isaacson’s partners George Isaacson and Martin Eisenstein. They will be joined by ACMA President & Executive Director Hamilton Davison and NetChoice Executive Director Steve DelBianco, who will explain what becomes of the lawsuits the tandem of associations has taken over the past year against several states, and what is needed to ensure that the SCOTUS ruling doesn’t turn remote commerce into complete chaos.